Herman Miller is introducing a new line of tables to meet a range of workplace and learning space needs. Called Everywhere tables, they are created from a simple kit of parts that provides an array of near universal solutions with a cohesive aesthetic.
A part of Herman Miller's Desking and Tables offering, the Everywhere tables were designed by Dan Grabowski to blend with any environment. They integrate technology and accommodate mobility and flexibility, providing people with choices when transitioning from collaborative and community spaces to personal workspaces.
"Tables are indispensible," said Grabowski. "Everywhere tables were created to elegantly fill the spaces where people spend a majority of their time. Whether used individually or as a family, Everywhere tables help minimize the visual chaos in active spaces." Their configurations, sizes, shapes, and leg features are unified in fit and finish to integrate with any environment or application, including education and training, small conferencing, height adjustability in workstations, cafe and lounge areas.
"Today's mobile technology means people are no longer tethered to their workstations," says Niki Ainsworth, product manager. "Everywhere tables offer a range of over 90 products that can be repurposed to suit a variety of needs and functions in many different spaces."
Everywhere tables have been designed and developed according to Herman Miller's Design for the Environment (DfE) protocol, emphasizing safe materials, recycled content and ease of disassembly. They are up to 72 percent recycled content and they are up to 30 recyclable. They also carry a 12-year, 3-shift warranty.
The tables will be displayed throughout Herman Miller's third floor showroom during the NeoCon World's Trade Fair at Chicago's Merchandise Mart, June 14-16, 2010.